Protest Outside U.S. Embassy Over Kardashian Sex Tape
By Steven Tobiasz
WASHINGTON – Over the past week, several protests have erupted at U.S. Embassies across the globe, often ending in violence and death. On Friday, the protests continued with this violent theme as they hit home on U.S. soil.
Around 12:00 PM CST, crowds began gathering at the the United States Embassy in Washington, D.C. with signs, flags, and leading crowds in chants. The crowds turned violent, however, when they began throwing bottles at the Embassy and starting several fires outside the building. Many believe that while the protests overseas were from an Anti-Islam film, the protests in the U.S. are believed to be from the re-release of Kim Kardashian’s sex tape. The tape is believed by some to be a anti-Catholic propaganda film.
“It is our understanding at this time that protesters were upset over a sex tape with the celebrity Kim Kardashian,” said an anonymous D.C. police spokesman. “Many believe the tape has anti-Catholic themes and messages due to the lack of the missionary position, and how Ms. Kardashian appears to prefer to take ejaculate on her stomach, instead of inside her.”
No arrests have been made at this time, as many authorities expect the protests to continue throughout the following week.
Posted by Stobiasz
on Sep 16 2012. Filed under Headlines
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